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The Mormon Cult: The Truth about Mormons and Christianity.
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Gov. Smirk
2012-10-14 04:08:08 UTC
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Mormonism is a devious
Fact - YOU are a vile subhuman religious bigot and a serial liar.

You need to die very soon.
Peace and Justice
2012-10-14 05:58:19 UTC
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Muslims secretly accept homosexuality because of all the times they
spend in tents together without a woman. Besides, all the Muslim women
look like Cpl. Klinger or Michelle Obama.
man behind the curtain
2012-10-14 12:35:41 UTC
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Post by Gov. Smirk
Mormonism is a devious
Fact - YOU are a vile subhuman religious bigot and a serial liar.
You need to die very soon.
so much for freedom of speech.
If only fascists ruled. eh?
don't wear "Magic" underwear that's too small. cuts off the circulation.
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Karma ; what a concept!
man behind the curtain
2012-10-14 15:10:31 UTC
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Post by man behind the curtain
Post by Gov. Smirk
Mormonism is a devious
Fact - YOU are a vile subhuman religious bigot and a serial liar.
You need to die very soon.
so much for freedom of speech.
If only fascists ruled. eh?
don't wear "Magic" underwear that's too small. cuts off the circulation.
and look what I found while "cleaning" the Hard Drive;
Post by man behind the curtain
Mormonsm is a cult like Scientology There Is Nothing More Pagan
You will never learn Mormon doctrine from their Articles of Faith.
Those are written to hide their teachings from "gentile" readers. You
must look into their secret temple ceremonies and the writings of their
prophets. Here are some of the surprising results.
Mormon scripture consists of four books. They are: (1) The Book of
Mormon (2) Doctrine and Covenants (3) Pearl of Great Price and (4) The
Bible (in that order). The first three books seriously contradict the
Bible. Mormons often ignore the Bible, claiming it is "mis-translated."
Joseph Smith was God's prophet. "No man can come to Christ except
through Joseph Smith."
Prophets are better than Scriptures. The words of a Mormon prophet
supercede those of the written Scriptures.
God was once a man who progressed to Godhood. Mormons believe we can do
the same. Their God has a physical body of flesh and bone.
There are many gods in heaven. God the Father, Son and Holy Ghost are
supposedly separate gods, united only in purpose.
God is having kids. Surrounded by what must be 1,000 or more wives, God
is having little spirit babies which will inhabit the people born on
the earth. The number of babies this requires Him to produce daily is
incredible! No explanation is given why their God of flesh and bone,
having babies through physical sexual contact with his wives, has only
spirit babies. They teach that Mary married God to have Jesus (or else
He would have been illegitimate) and then divorced him to marry Joseph.
Dark skin results from a "curse" placed upon certain spirits,
presumably for some failure during "pre-existence." This anti-Negro
doctrine is an embarrassment for Mormon leaders, and they are under
great pressure to change it.
Women need husbands for resurrection at the end of time. Without a man
to "lift the veil" over her face on resurrection day she won't make it.
She is desperate to see her husband remain a true Mormon so she may be
resurrected. Women's liberation has not made great inroads here.
Jesus had many wives. They say Mary and Martha were among his wives.
One Mormon authority said Jesus was killed for his polygamy.
The Book of Mormon is infallible. Mormon Articles of Faith say, "We
believe the Bible to be the Word of God as far as it is translated
correctly: we also believe The Book of Mormon to be the Word of God."
They claim anything in the Bible which denies Mormon teaching is
"incorrectly translated."
Polygamy in heaven will be the rule. While early Mormon leaders taught
and practiced polygamy, today few practice it due to fear of arrest.
However, they teach that men (but not women) will be polygamists in
heaven.
Marriage for eternity is performed in Mormon temples. Perhaps they
consider Jesus' words to the contrary (Matt. 22:30) are
"mis-translated."
"Holy underwear" is put on during the Mormon marriage ceremony
(performed only in the temple). These "garments" must always touch the
body for the rest of life. This is supposed to keep the "anointing oil"
of the temple ceremony from escaping. Some irreverently call then
"angel pants."
Baptism for the dead is done to provide non-Mormon ancestors a place in
"celestial glory." Mormons spend great sums on genealogical research to
find relatives who had no Mormon baptism. They say no one can get to
heaven without baptism, and heaven has no water, so they baptize the
living for their dead.
Proxy marriage for the dead is performed in Mormon temples. Mormons
believe that loved ones who died outside Mormonism will live alone in
the hereafter. Mormons conduct proxy weddings to "seal" these dead ones
so they can be husband and wife in heaven.
Three heavens (degrees of glory) are taught: "Celestial,"
"Terrestrial," and "Telestial." All except the worst sinners (doomed to
perdition) are expected to go to one of these. Only Mormons who marry
in the Temple, keep the "Word of Wisdom" and wear their "garments" can
get to the Celestial kingdom. God is supposed to be there. Those whose
works aren't good enough, are stuck with the lower levels, where they
are denied the "joys" of a polygamous eternity.
There is no hell according to current Mormon teaching. Even though The
Book of Mormon teaches about hell, Mormons deny its existence. Much of
current Mormon teaching contradicts their "infallible" Book of Mormon.
The one true church is the Mormon church. All others are apostate.
Many of their doctrines, taught by Mormon "prophets," are a great
embarrassment to present Mormon leaders. They are even attempting to
deny that their great prophets ever taught some of theses things.
But the historical record is clear. The writings of Joseph Smith,
Brigham Young and others include the above doctrines.
Let us prey!
I knew someone would play the "Mormon" card
Share this. OK
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private sector's doing 'fine'
2012-10-14 15:58:18 UTC
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and look what I found while "cleaning" the Hard Drive;
A hairball comprised of the racism, religious bigotry, and fascist
underpinning that comprise the liberal left?

No surprise there..
T***@here.now
2012-10-14 16:23:27 UTC
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On Sun, 14 Oct 2012 09:58:18 -0600, private sector's doing 'fine'
Post by private sector's doing 'fine'
Post by man behind the curtain
and look what I found while "cleaning" the Hard Drive;
A hairball comprised of the racism, religious bigotry, and fascist
underpinning that comprise the liberal left?
No surprise there..
There is no corelation between Liberals and Fascists. Look up the
definition of both. The term Liberal is used inappropriately most of
the time. A Liberal is tolerable of everyone, even of you.
private sector's doing 'fine'
2012-10-14 16:57:55 UTC
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Post by T***@here.now
On Sun, 14 Oct 2012 09:58:18 -0600, private sector's doing 'fine'
Post by private sector's doing 'fine'
Post by man behind the curtain
and look what I found while "cleaning" the Hard Drive;
A hairball comprised of the racism, religious bigotry, and fascist
underpinning that comprise the liberal left?
No surprise there..
There is no corelation between Liberals and Fascists.
Oh you lot correlate near perfectly.

Hint _ America despise you now, you WRECKED our economic recovery with
your failed "stimulus"!

http://online.wsj.com


Mr. Obama told Americans in 2009 that if he did not turn around the
economy in three years his Presidency would be "a one-term proposition."
Joe Biden said three years ago that the $830 billion economic stimulus
was working beyond his "wildest dreams" and he famously promised several
months after the Obama stimulus was enacted that Americans would enjoy a
"summer of recovery." That was more than three years ago.

In early 2009 soon-to-be White House economists Ms. Romer and Mr.
Bernstein promised Congress that the stimulus would hold the
unemployment rate below 7% and that by now it would be 5.6%.
T***@here.now
2012-10-14 21:45:49 UTC
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On Sun, 14 Oct 2012 10:57:55 -0600, private sector's doing 'fine'
Post by private sector's doing 'fine'
Post by T***@here.now
On Sun, 14 Oct 2012 09:58:18 -0600, private sector's doing 'fine'
Post by private sector's doing 'fine'
Post by man behind the curtain
and look what I found while "cleaning" the Hard Drive;
A hairball comprised of the racism, religious bigotry, and fascist
underpinning that comprise the liberal left?
No surprise there..
There is no corelation between Liberals and Fascists.
Oh you lot correlate near perfectly.
Incorrect. No correlation at all. Look up the two words...
Post by private sector's doing 'fine'
Hint _ America despise you now, you WRECKED our economic recovery with
your failed "stimulus"!
So saving the economy and people's jobs wrecked the economy in capital
letters? Tell us how that happened. He saved jobs, the stimulus did
not fail unless of course you wanted to see the jobs lost as Romney
did. Not sorry to see you disappointed. Those jobs were more
important than your agenda to destroy America.
Post by private sector's doing 'fine'
Mr. Obama told Americans in 2009 that if he did not turn around the
economy in three years his Presidency would be "a one-term proposition."
That was part of his speeches and that may still happen. It all
depends on the voters which is certainly what he meant.
Post by private sector's doing 'fine'
Joe Biden said three years ago that the $830 billion economic stimulus
was working beyond his "wildest dreams" and he famously promised several
months after the Obama stimulus was enacted that Americans would enjoy a
"summer of recovery." That was more than three years ago.
I doubt that the Vice President had a crystal ball to predict the
future. Under some circumstances he could have been correct.
Post by private sector's doing 'fine'
In early 2009 soon-to-be White House economists Ms. Romer and Mr.
Bernstein promised Congress that the stimulus would hold the
unemployment rate below 7% and that by now it would be 5.6%.
Everyone who has ever run for office made predictions that did not
come true. Why do you think our current officers are any different?
Your "handle" is correct. The Private Sector is doing all right. Over
90% of the people are working, holding the country together in spite
of efforts to derail it. Look at the glass as half full.
private sector's doing 'fine'
2012-10-14 22:26:24 UTC
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Post by T***@here.now
On Sun, 14 Oct 2012 10:57:55 -0600, private sector's doing 'fine'
Post by private sector's doing 'fine'
Post by T***@here.now
On Sun, 14 Oct 2012 09:58:18 -0600, private sector's doing 'fine'
Post by private sector's doing 'fine'
Post by man behind the curtain
and look what I found while "cleaning" the Hard Drive;
A hairball comprised of the racism, religious bigotry, and fascist
underpinning that comprise the liberal left?
No surprise there..
There is no corelation between Liberals and Fascists.
Oh you lot correlate near perfectly.
Incorrect. No correlation at all. Look up the two words...
Post by private sector's doing 'fine'
Hint _ America despise you now, you WRECKED our economic recovery with
your failed "stimulus"!
So saving the economy and people's jobs wrecked the economy in capital
letters?
Facts is facts:


http://www.moneynews.com/StreetTalk/Rasmussen-recession-consumer-investor/2012/10/08/id/459055

Rasmussen: 62% of Consumers See US in Recession
Monday, 08 Oct 2012 09:38 AM

By Forrest Jones

More and more Americans feel the U.S. economy is mired in a recession, a
new Rasmussen Reports survey finds.

The poll found that 62 percent of consumers believe the U.S. economy is
currently in a recession, while 22 percent disagree.

Among investors, 61 percent say the economy is in a recession, while 24
percent say it’s not.

Editor's Note: Prophetic Economist Warns: “It’s Curtains for America.”
See Evidence.

The Rasmussen Consumer Index, which measures consumer confidence on a
daily basis, rose 2 points on Sunday to 85.9. The consumer index is down
3 points from a week ago, up 2 points from a month ago and down 4 points
from three months ago.

The Rasmussen Investor Index rose 4 points on Sunday to 92.2. Investor
confidence remained largely unchanged from a week ago, is down 2 points
from a month ago and down 4 points from three months ago.

Fears the United States will slide into a recession next year have been
growing, thanks to a fast-approaching and very sharp fiscal adjustment
that will strike on New Year’s Day.

http://online.wsj.com

Mr. Obama told Americans in 2009 that if he did not turn around the
economy in three years his Presidency would be "a one-term proposition."
Joe Biden said three years ago that the $830 billion economic stimulus
was working beyond his "wildest dreams" and he famously promised several
months after the Obama stimulus was enacted that Americans would enjoy a
"summer of recovery." That was more than three years ago.

In early 2009 soon-to-be White House economists Ms. Romer and Mr.
Bernstein promised Congress that the stimulus would hold the
unemployment rate below 7% and that by now it would be 5.6%.

Mr. Obama promised that the deficit would be cut in half in four years,
but the fiscal 2012 deficit (estimated to be above $1 trillion) will be
twice the 2008 deficit ($458 billion).

Mr. Obama said that his health-care plan would "cut the cost of a
typical family's premium by up to $2,500 a year," but premiums for
employer-sponsored family coverage have gone up $2,370 since 2009,
according to the Kaiser Family Foundation.

He said that the linchpin for a growing economy would be renewable
energy investment, and he promised to "create five million new jobs in
solar, wind, geothermal" energy. Mr. Obama did invest some $9 billion in
green energy, but his job estimate was off by at least a factor of 10
and today many solar and wind industry firms are fighting bankruptcy.
The growth in domestic U.S. energy production that he now takes credit
for has come almost entirely from the fossil fuels his Administration
has done so much to obstruct.

There's nothing unusual about candidates making grandiose promises that
don't come true. And it's a White House tradition to blame one's
predecessor when things don't get better. (Usually these Presidents end
up one-termers.)

The bad faith wasn't then. It's now. Mr. Obama really believed that
government spending would unleash a robust recovery in employment and
housing—an "economy built to last." Now that this hasn't happened and
with the Congressional Budget Office predicting a possible recession for
2013, Team Obama claims these woeful results were the best that could
have been expected.

The problem with this line is that every President who has inherited a
recession in modern times has done better. (See nearby table.) Under Mr.
Obama, measured on the basis of jobs, GDP growth and incomes, this has
been by far the meekest recovery from the past 10 recessions.
private sector's doing 'fine'
2012-10-14 22:27:18 UTC
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Post by T***@here.now
Everyone who has ever run for office made predictions that did not
come true.
http://www.moneynews.com/StreetTalk/Rasmussen-recession-consumer-investor/2012/10/08/id/459055

Rasmussen: 62% of Consumers See US in Recession
Monday, 08 Oct 2012 09:38 AM

By Forrest Jones

More and more Americans feel the U.S. economy is mired in a recession, a
new Rasmussen Reports survey finds.

The poll found that 62 percent of consumers believe the U.S. economy is
currently in a recession, while 22 percent disagree.

Among investors, 61 percent say the economy is in a recession, while 24
percent say it’s not.

Editor's Note: Prophetic Economist Warns: “It’s Curtains for America.”
See Evidence.

The Rasmussen Consumer Index, which measures consumer confidence on a
daily basis, rose 2 points on Sunday to 85.9. The consumer index is down
3 points from a week ago, up 2 points from a month ago and down 4 points
from three months ago.

The Rasmussen Investor Index rose 4 points on Sunday to 92.2. Investor
confidence remained largely unchanged from a week ago, is down 2 points
from a month ago and down 4 points from three months ago.

Fears the United States will slide into a recession next year have been
growing, thanks to a fast-approaching and very sharp fiscal adjustment
that will strike on New Year’s Day.

http://online.wsj.com

Mr. Obama told Americans in 2009 that if he did not turn around the
economy in three years his Presidency would be "a one-term proposition."
Joe Biden said three years ago that the $830 billion economic stimulus
was working beyond his "wildest dreams" and he famously promised several
months after the Obama stimulus was enacted that Americans would enjoy a
"summer of recovery." That was more than three years ago.

In early 2009 soon-to-be White House economists Ms. Romer and Mr.
Bernstein promised Congress that the stimulus would hold the
unemployment rate below 7% and that by now it would be 5.6%.

Mr. Obama promised that the deficit would be cut in half in four years,
but the fiscal 2012 deficit (estimated to be above $1 trillion) will be
twice the 2008 deficit ($458 billion).

Mr. Obama said that his health-care plan would "cut the cost of a
typical family's premium by up to $2,500 a year," but premiums for
employer-sponsored family coverage have gone up $2,370 since 2009,
according to the Kaiser Family Foundation.

He said that the linchpin for a growing economy would be renewable
energy investment, and he promised to "create five million new jobs in
solar, wind, geothermal" energy. Mr. Obama did invest some $9 billion in
green energy, but his job estimate was off by at least a factor of 10
and today many solar and wind industry firms are fighting bankruptcy.
The growth in domestic U.S. energy production that he now takes credit
for has come almost entirely from the fossil fuels his Administration
has done so much to obstruct.

There's nothing unusual about candidates making grandiose promises that
don't come true. And it's a White House tradition to blame one's
predecessor when things don't get better. (Usually these Presidents end
up one-termers.)

The bad faith wasn't then. It's now. Mr. Obama really believed that
government spending would unleash a robust recovery in employment and
housing—an "economy built to last." Now that this hasn't happened and
with the Congressional Budget Office predicting a possible recession for
2013, Team Obama claims these woeful results were the best that could
have been expected.

The problem with this line is that every President who has inherited a
recession in modern times has done better. (See nearby table.) Under Mr.
Obama, measured on the basis of jobs, GDP growth and incomes, this has
been by far the meekest recovery from the past 10 recessions.
Capt. Justice
2012-10-20 01:12:45 UTC
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Karzai: NATO Can 'Expedite' Afghan Handover

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Insists Afghan Govt Ready for More Control

by Jason Ditz, October 18, 2012 .
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Faced with growing NATO doubts about the 11-year war and hoping to
increase government power, Afghan President Hamid Karzai today urged
NATO to 'expedite' the handover of primary control to security
operations to the Afghan government.
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Karzai's comments come as several NATO nations, Britain in particular,
are pushing to speed their withdrawals from the nations and hoping to
end their portions of the occupation, with most scheduled to be out by
the end of 2014 and only the US committed through 2024.
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At the same time, the Afghan military's capabilities are in serious
doubt, with massive turnover for security forces as well as a growing
number of insider attacks from Taliban infiltrators.
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Karzai's efforts may come at least in part because of his efforts to
start negotiations with the Taliban, who have repeatedly spurned his
offers saying that his government has no real power and isn't worth
negotiating with. If he can secure more control over the nation, it may
convince them he is a 'player' is the settlement talks.
.
http://news.antiwar.com/2012/10/18/karzai-nato-can-expedite-afghan-handover/

Last 5 posts by Jason Ditz .

Spy Chief Among Eight Slain in Beirut Bombing - October 19th, 2012

CIA Seeks White House Backing for More Drones - October 18th, 2012

US Hoping for Afghan Civilians to Fight Off Taliban Themselves - October
18th, 2012

Israel Threatens Aid Ship Seeking to Deliver Food to Gaza - October
18th, 2012

Syria's Sunni Rebels Besiege Shi'ite Villages - October 18th, 2012
hal lillywhite
2012-10-14 23:05:42 UTC
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Post by man behind the curtain
I knew someone would play the "Mormon" card
Huge crowds at Romney rallies. He is gaining in Ohio etc. As Romney
gains momentum it is no surprise that some Obama supporters play the
Mormon card, especially since voters are getting wise to the race card.
private sector's doing 'fine'
2012-10-14 23:45:48 UTC
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Post by hal lillywhite
Post by man behind the curtain
I knew someone would play the "Mormon" card
Huge crowds at Romney rallies. He is gaining in Ohio etc. As Romney
gains momentum it is no surprise that some Obama supporters play the
Mormon card, especially since voters are getting wise to the race card.
...bout time...
private sector's doing 'fine'
2012-10-14 15:56:07 UTC
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Post by man behind the curtain
Post by Gov. Smirk
Mormonism is a devious
Fact - YOU are a vile subhuman religious bigot and a serial liar.
You need to die very soon.
so much for freedom of speech.
If only fascists ruled. eh?
You do know aioe liar trolls are subhuman, yeah?
Capt. Justice
2012-10-17 03:18:12 UTC
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The Scott Horton Show, Scott Horton's Interviews
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Listen Live .
10/09/12 Philip Giraldi .
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Published: October 10, 2012 | By Scott
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Former CIA officer Philip Giraldi discusses the NYPD's international
intelligence operations; Mitt Romney's alarming foreign policy speech;
why Rand Paul's proposed foreign aid cuts aren't what they seem; how
Turkey and Syria could end up at war; and the US's silly preconditions
for a political settlement with the Taliban.

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 30:43 ? 7.0MB)

http://scotthorton.org/2012/10/10/100912-philip-giraldi/
Capt. Justice
2012-10-19 18:52:37 UTC
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Mayor Bloomberg opens Tel Aviv Centennial event in New York

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Harvey Krueger and Josh Weston honored and named Benefactors
of the City of Tel Aviv
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More than 350 prominent guests gathered on November 16 at the Grand
Hyatt New York to celebrate the Tel Aviv Centennial.
The evening began with a message of friendship by New York City=A0Mayor
Michael Bloomberg, who noted that Tel Aviv and New York share more than
their sister city affiliation - both were built by pioneers and
visionaries.
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The festivities were led by the emcee, Mike Burstyn, who navigated a
full program with grace and good humor.
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The=A0program featured the TLV 100 multimedia exhibit (one of the
highlights of the evening), singers from the IVAI program, Tenor Yevgeni
Shapovalov, keynote speaker Ambassador Alon Pinkas, and in a very moving
ceremony, Mayor Ron Huldai presented Harvey Krueger and Josh Weston with
the Benefactor of Tel Aviv proclamation - the highest honor any single
person can receive from the city of Tel Aviv.
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The Tel Aviv Foundation extends warm and heartfelt thanks to all who
supported this event. .
http://archive.constantcontact.com/fs025/1102596402014/archive/11028704320=
58.html

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More event information and photos can be found on our website by
clicking here.
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Capt. Justice
2012-10-19 21:29:54 UTC
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Analysts Worry About New Mideast War
October 16, 2012 =A0 AFP .
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Tensions between Syria, Turkey threaten to suck Russia, West into
military conflict
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http://americanfreepress.net/?p=3D6616 .
By Richard Walker .
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The growing military tension between Turkey and Syria has the real
potential to drag United States-backed North Atlantic Treaty
Organization (NATO) and Russian military forces into the fighting.
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Exchanges of artillery fire between Turkey and Syria have led=A0 to
Turkey moving heavy weapons toward its border with Syria. It has even
warned it has the right to launch major attacks deep within Syria.
Turkey, a NATO member that shares a border with Russia, too, has
received support for its tough talk from Washington, Paris and London,
which have been engaged with it in trying to topple the Syrian
government. Their strategy has involved training anti-Syrian militias at
a base in Turkey and arming Syrian rebels. Some observers have warned
that most of the rebels are made up of fighters who do not live within
Syria.
Through diplomatic channels, Russia has made it clear NATO risks a wider
conflict by encouraging Turkey to play a primary role in toppling
Syria's government.
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Moscow has also told Ankara it would be unwise to think Russia would
abandon its ally, Syria.
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Deteriorating relations between Turkey and Syria risk confrontation with
Russian forces based in Syria. Turkey has been aware of credible reports
it was Russian forces based in Syria, and not the Syrian military, that
shot down a Turkish F4 Phantom as it entered Syrian airspace on June 22,
2012. Turkish leaders have been careful not to point an accusing finger
at Russia over the issue.
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Russia has an important base on the Syrian island of Tartus which not
only serves Russian naval forces but is Moscow's major listening post in
the region. Russian generals have told Russian President Vladimir Putin
he must guarantee the continued existence of the Tartus facility.
Without it, Russia would have no presence in the Mediterranean.
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Another growing dispute between Moscow and Ankara is the 2011 discovery
of a massive natural gas field off the Cyprus coast. Russia considers
Cyprus an ally and was angered when Turkey sent ships to the area,
claiming Cyprus had no rights to exploit the gas find. Since 1974 the
Turks have ruled the northern 37% of Cyprus and believe they also own
the seas around it. Russia thinks otherwise and has Cypriot approval to
use its energy giant, Gazprom, to handle the gas extraction. Such a move
could provide yet another dangerous flashpoint between Russia and NATO
member, Turkey.
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At this stage, however, the most obvious risk of a clash between Russia
and NATO lies in Turkey's willingness to threaten an escalation of
military action against Syria.
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Arab regimes like Saudi Arabia and Qatar, which are partners with
Washington in arming militias to topple the Syrian government, have been
encouraging Turkey to take the fight to the Syrians.
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Recently, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Gennady Gatilov warned that
radicals within rebel groups might exploit tensions between Turkey and
Syria by launching cross-border attacks. He said Russia opposed NATO's
intervention in the Syrian conflict and believed NATO buffer zones
within Syria would represent a clear interference with its sovereignty.
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Gatilov criticized the Obama administration and its allies for using
what he called their professed concern for Syrian civilians and false
claims Syria had weapons of mass destruction as a means to further their
'bomb diplomacy.'
. =9D
It was Israel that first fed the false stories to the media about Syria
having weapons of mass destruction and threatened to bomb the facilities
that stored them.
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Richard Walker is the pen name of a former N.Y. news producer.
Posted in: National News
T***@here.now
2012-10-14 13:06:12 UTC
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Post by Gov. Smirk
Mormonism is a devious
Fact - YOU are a vile subhuman religious bigot and a serial liar.
You need to die very soon.
Your ounces of credibility was low to begin with. Trying to defend
Romney's religion drops it to grams.

Mormons began with a visit to Joseph Smith by an so-called angel
Moroni. (moron?) who gave Smith a set of golden tablets. The tablets
were in a language Smith could not read. Opps, back comes the angel
with Magic Glasses to wit presto! Smith could then read the tablets
and translate them into the book of Mormon. (moron?) You can read
this story in the Book of Mormon. Next time one of their missionaries
knocks on your door, ask him for one and read it for yourself. There
is nothing Magic about their underware. They refer to them as their
"Sacred Garmets" to which they never remove, not even to wash. They
are supposed to shower in them. Do they? I don't know that. Their
church is fashioned after a fraternity with secret handshakes and
their passwords to disallow the uninvited from entrance into certain
parts of the temple. You have to not only be a Mormon but a rather
special mormon to enter their sacred tabernacle which is not ever used
for services. They do that in other buildings. All that effort for
looks.

In further reading of the Book of Mormon, we find god (their concept
of Him) living on a planet out in space.

Ever wonder why they are so obsessed with geneaology? Because they
have a very special "Fire Baptism" where they believe they can save
the dead. I won't go any deeper than this. Read their "Book of
Mormon". A lot of people fall for it and you might be one of them.
So, sure, lets let this Bishop Romney into our White House.
I'm sure many will believe that what we have is worse. There is a very
distinct problem with that kind of thinking.....you have to vote him
in to find out whether he is better or worse. Isn't that same concept
we flipped out about with Obama and his health care? "We have to pass
the bill in order to understand what is in it"? Now we have to vote
for Romney to find out if we screwed up and then we'll find out. But
that's ok? There is a major difference beween a bill that can be
overturned and a president that cannot. Impeachment is a long and
arduous process and he will still have to cross certain lines or it
cannot be done. Remember Bill Clinton.

Well, Even the Obama Bill can be overturned by the president and
congress with the balls to do it, but you won't overturn your vote for
Romney so easily.

We are being warned to be careful in November. That's good advice.

The Watchers
private sector's doing 'fine'
2012-10-14 15:57:22 UTC
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Post by T***@here.now
Post by Gov. Smirk
Mormonism is a devious
Fact - YOU are a vile subhuman religious bigot and a serial liar.
You need to die very soon.
Your ounces of credibility was low to begin with. Trying to defend
Romney's religion drops it to grams.
I mean sure, why not nail the LDS guys and then go after the Jews next,
you libs have been itching to wipe Israel off the map anyway, don't let
a little thing like simple religious bigotry get in your way...
T***@here.now
2012-10-14 16:19:28 UTC
Permalink
On Sun, 14 Oct 2012 09:57:22 -0600, private sector's doing 'fine'
Post by private sector's doing 'fine'
Post by T***@here.now
Post by Gov. Smirk
Mormonism is a devious
Fact - YOU are a vile subhuman religious bigot and a serial liar.
You need to die very soon.
Your ounces of credibility was low to begin with. Trying to defend
Romney's religion drops it to grams.
I mean sure, why not nail the LDS guys and then go after the Jews next,
you libs have been itching to wipe Israel off the map anyway, don't let
a little thing like simple religious bigotry get in your way...
Wrong again. No attempt to nail Mormons. The point was that people
will know who and what they are voting for. I don't have a problem
with Mormons or their faith. I do have a problem with them running our
government.

You had to say something and your credibility just slipped again. YOU
brought up the Jews to change the subject which is still Romney and
his Mormon faith. Mr. Romney was not just an ordinary Mormon, he was a
Bishop of his stake or ward. His family converted to Mormonism before
leaving for America.
private sector's doing 'fine'
2012-10-14 16:53:50 UTC
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Post by T***@here.now
On Sun, 14 Oct 2012 09:57:22 -0600, private sector's doing 'fine'
Post by private sector's doing 'fine'
Post by T***@here.now
Post by Gov. Smirk
Mormonism is a devious
Fact - YOU are a vile subhuman religious bigot and a serial liar.
You need to die very soon.
Your ounces of credibility was low to begin with. Trying to defend
Romney's religion drops it to grams.
I mean sure, why not nail the LDS guys and then go after the Jews next,
you libs have been itching to wipe Israel off the map anyway, don't let
a little thing like simple religious bigotry get in your way...
Wrong again. No attempt to nail Mormons.
Liar.

religious bigot!
Brian Oblivion
2012-10-14 16:53:41 UTC
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Post by private sector's doing 'fine'
Post by T***@here.now
Post by Gov. Smirk
Mormonism is a devious
Fact - YOU are a vile subhuman religious bigot and a serial liar.
You need to die very soon.
Your ounces of credibility was low to begin with. Trying to defend
Romney's religion drops it to grams.
I mean sure, why not nail the LDS guys and then go after the Jews next,
you libs have been itching to wipe Israel off the map anyway, don't let
a little thing like simple religious bigotry get in your way...
Obama's a muslim from Kenya. Muslim's should never have the seat of
power because their faith lacks credibility.

Better to have a Mormon, a tried and true Made in America religion,
made up by a real American, born in the USA!

If only Tom Cruise or John Travolta were running by his side for Vice
President instead of that damn Catholic. Then we would have both
Made In America religions represented in the seat of power.

No more of that foreign "Made in Israel" bullshit that we've had
before. We will have a real religion, made up by real Americans, in
America!
private sector's doing 'fine'
2012-10-14 17:04:29 UTC
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Post by Brian Oblivion
We will have a real religion, made up by real Americans, in
America!
CANADA, ONTARIO, TORONTO



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Local Time

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Domain

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Brian Oblivion
2012-10-14 17:14:07 UTC
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Post by lib_o_matic
Post by Brian Oblivion
We will have a real religion, made up by real Americans, in
America!
CANADA, ONTARIO, TORONTO
Latitude, Longitude
43.70011, -79.4163
Connection through
ROGERS CABLE COMMUNICATIONS INC.
Local Time
14 Oct, 2012 09:01 PM (UTC -04:00)
Domain
ROGERS.COM
Send the police to arrest me. I just said something that offended
your dumbfuck Americunt sensibilities.

When they arrest me and haul me away in chains, that will show
everyone to not offend you.

Where did you get that magic gift of figuring out who I am and what
street I live on?

Do you have a hotline to Mittler?
private sector's doing 'fine'
2012-10-14 17:22:05 UTC
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Post by Brian Oblivion
Post by lib_o_matic
Post by Brian Oblivion
We will have a real religion, made up by real Americans, in
America!
CANADA, ONTARIO, TORONTO
Latitude, Longitude
43.70011, -79.4163
Connection through
ROGERS CABLE COMMUNICATIONS INC.
Local Time
14 Oct, 2012 09:01 PM (UTC -04:00)
Domain
ROGERS.COM
Send the police to arrest me.
Fwd: RCMP
Brian Oblivion
2012-10-14 17:36:47 UTC
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You're a big time netcop on the interwebs! Are you going to arrest
me?

"The Internet is a serious of tubes"

-- Republican Technology Genius Ted Stevens

Elected by pig ignorant rightists in the state that depends on welfare
to exist.
private sector's doing 'fine'
2012-10-14 18:24:39 UTC
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Post by Brian Oblivion
You're a big time netcop on the interwebs!
Wah!!!

Wah!!!!
hal lillywhite
2012-10-14 22:58:56 UTC
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Post by T***@here.now
Mormons began with a visit to Joseph Smith by an so-called angel
Moroni.  (moron?)
Gratuitous slur noted. Says a lot about you that you would throw such
a thing in there.
Post by T***@here.now
who gave Smith a set of golden tablets.  The tablets
were in a language Smith could not read. Opps, back comes the angel
with Magic Glasses to wit presto! Smith could then read the tablets
and translate them into the book of Mormon. (moron?)
A bit more complicated than that.
Post by T***@here.now
You can read
this story in the Book of Mormon.  Next time one of their missionaries
knocks on your door, ask him for one and read it for yourself. There
is nothing Magic about their underware. They refer to them as their
"Sacred Garmets" to which they never remove, not even to wash. They
are supposed to shower in them.
Whoopie! Best laugh I've had all week. Not sure if you are that
ignorant or deliberately lying but nobody with any knowledge will do
anything but laugh at you for it.

Other silliness deleted.

I have to suspect that recent rash of ridiculous accusations against
my church is motivated by the fact that Romney is gaining momentum and
the leftists are desperate enough to try even more big lies than they
have used before.
private sector's doing 'fine'
2012-10-14 23:45:25 UTC
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Post by hal lillywhite
Post by T***@here.now
Mormons began with a visit to Joseph Smith by an so-called angel
Moroni. (moron?)
Gratuitous slur noted. Says a lot about you that you would throw such
a thing in there.
Post by T***@here.now
who gave Smith a set of golden tablets. The tablets
were in a language Smith could not read. Opps, back comes the angel
with Magic Glasses to wit presto! Smith could then read the tablets
and translate them into the book of Mormon. (moron?)
A bit more complicated than that.
Post by T***@here.now
You can read
this story in the Book of Mormon. Next time one of their missionaries
knocks on your door, ask him for one and read it for yourself. There
is nothing Magic about their underware. They refer to them as their
"Sacred Garmets" to which they never remove, not even to wash. They
are supposed to shower in them.
Whoopie! Best laugh I've had all week. Not sure if you are that
ignorant or deliberately lying but nobody with any knowledge will do
anything but laugh at you for it.
Other silliness deleted.
I have to suspect that recent rash of ridiculous accusations against
my church is motivated by the fact that Romney is gaining momentum and
the leftists are desperate enough to try even more big lies than they
have used before.
100% true - hence that disgraceful musical, "The Book of Mormon".

They know they have no economic ammunition to shoot with.
Sanders Kaufman
2012-10-16 22:53:37 UTC
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Post by hal lillywhite
I have to suspect that recent rash of ridiculous accusations against
my church is motivated by the fact that Romney is gaining momentum
Yeah- religious people "suspect" a lot of crazy conspiracy theories - and
they're *always* playing the role of the victim.
But the recent rash of accusations against Mormons are no different
whatsoever than others that have been made against them.
Once anyone learns about that sick, twisted faith - they develop a very real
hatred for You People.
private sector's doing 'fine'
2012-10-16 23:01:12 UTC
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Post by Sanders Kaufman
Yeah- religious people "suspect" a lot of crazy conspiracy theories -
It's useful for folks to understand what happened to your brain and why
you are they way you are:


---------------------------------------------------------------------------�---

Then the DotCom era turned me into an overpaid programmer. That's when
the NeoCons seized power here in the US - ending a period of screaming
prosperity. At the same time, I got hit with a case of Menningitis
(brain infection) and went a little coo-koo. Now I'm back to developing
web sites.


Read more: http://www.myspace.com/bvckvs#ixzz10eoO82ja

---------------------------------------------------------------------------�------

Then your twitter account has some more evidence of your mental state:

http://twitter.com/bvckvs

I am totally going to stop letting people like him, who do so little
for me, control how I think. So I'm going...

GET OUT OF MY HEAD!!!!!

FYI - I have a whole nother identity on the web as
"***@kaufman.net". It's linked to Twit like my real ID is

I spy with my little eye... A jealous girlfriend hiding in the
closet, eavesdropping on her boyfriend's call home...
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Al
2012-10-17 23:25:32 UTC
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Post by Sanders Kaufman
Post by hal lillywhite
I have to suspect that recent rash of ridiculous accusations against
my church is motivated by the fact that Romney is gaining momentum
Yeah- religious people "suspect" a lot of crazy conspiracy theories
You don't need religion to be crazy, consider your example. Look at your
latest post to the Observer.
Post by Sanders Kaufman
- and
they're *always* playing the role of the victim.
What a coincidence, your entire post to the Observer was about how you were
being victimized, and was the rave of a paranoid fucking loon, and is right
on the edge of being legally actionable, bet you didn't think of that.
private sector's doing 'fine'
2012-10-19 16:12:49 UTC
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Post by Sanders Kaufman
Yeah- religious people "suspect" a lot of crazy
It's useful for folks to understand what happened to your brain and why
you are the way you are:


---------------------------------------------------------------------------�---

Then the DotCom era turned me into an overpaid programmer. That's when
the NeoCons seized power here in the US - ending a period of screaming
prosperity. At the same time, I got hit with a case of Menningitis
(brain infection) and went a little coo-koo. Now I'm back to developing
web sites.


Read more: http://www.myspace.com/bvckvs#ixzz10eoO82ja

---------------------------------------------------------------------------�------

Then your twitter account has some more evidence of your mental state:

http://twitter.com/bvckvs

I am totally going to stop letting people like him, who do so little
for me, control how I think. So I'm going...

GET OUT OF MY HEAD!!!!!

FYI - I have a whole nother identity on the web as
"***@kaufman.net". It's linked to Twit like my real ID is

I spy with my little eye... A jealous girlfriend hiding in the
closet, eavesdropping on her boyfriend's call home...
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Herman
2012-10-14 16:24:42 UTC
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Post by Gov. Smirk
Mormonism is a devious
Fact - YOU are a vile subhuman religious bigot and a serial liar.
You need to die very soon.
I will order in the death squads once Mitt is moved into the White
House.

Insulting the religion of the next President should carry the death
penalty.
T***@here.now
2012-10-14 16:40:58 UTC
Permalink
On Sun, 14 Oct 2012 09:24:42 -0700 (PDT), Herman
Post by Herman
Post by Gov. Smirk
Mormonism is a devious
Fact - YOU are a vile subhuman religious bigot and a serial liar.
You need to die very soon.
I will order in the death squads once Mitt is moved into the White
House.
Insulting the religion of the next President should carry the death
penalty.
If Insulting the religion of a non-President was punishable, then they
most certainly are for a sitting president. Death Squads are as fake
as your threats are.
private sector's doing 'fine'
2012-10-14 17:01:23 UTC
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Post by T***@here.now
On Sun, 14 Oct 2012 09:24:42 -0700 (PDT), Herman
Post by Herman
Post by Gov. Smirk
Mormonism is a devious
Fact - YOU are a vile subhuman religious bigot and a serial liar.
You need to die very soon.
I will order in the death squads once Mitt is moved into the White
House.
Insulting the religion of the next President should carry the death
penalty.
If Insulting the religion of a non-President was punishable, then they
most certainly are for a sitting president. Death Squads are as fake
as your threats are.
He's a canuck troll, what'd ya expect?
lib_o_matic
2012-10-14 16:59:39 UTC
Permalink
Post by Herman
I will order in the death squads once Mitt is moved into the White
House.
Location

CANADA, ONTARIO, TORONTO



Latitude, Longitude

43.70011, -79.4163



Connection through

ROGERS CABLE COMMUNICATIONS INC.
hal lillywhite
2012-10-14 23:07:35 UTC
Permalink
Post by Herman
Insulting the religion of the next President should carry the death
penalty.
No, but considering what manner of insults have been tossed at it here
it should suffer the penalty of being laughed at.
Sanders Kaufman
2012-10-16 22:56:01 UTC
Permalink
Post by hal lillywhite
No, but considering what manner of insults have been tossed at it here
it should suffer the penalty of being laughed at.
So you've come unarmed... this time.
private sector's doing 'fine'
2012-10-16 23:01:00 UTC
Permalink
Post by Sanders Kaufman
So you've come unarmed... this time.
It's useful for folks to understand what happened to your brain and why
you are they way you are:


---------------------------------------------------------------------------�---

Then the DotCom era turned me into an overpaid programmer. That's when
the NeoCons seized power here in the US - ending a period of screaming
prosperity. At the same time, I got hit with a case of Menningitis
(brain infection) and went a little coo-koo. Now I'm back to developing
web sites.


Read more: http://www.myspace.com/bvckvs#ixzz10eoO82ja

---------------------------------------------------------------------------�------

Then your twitter account has some more evidence of your mental state:

http://twitter.com/bvckvs

I am totally going to stop letting people like him, who do so little
for me, control how I think. So I'm going...

GET OUT OF MY HEAD!!!!!

FYI - I have a whole nother identity on the web as
"***@kaufman.net". It's linked to Twit like my real ID is

I spy with my little eye... A jealous girlfriend hiding in the
closet, eavesdropping on her boyfriend's call home...
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
clairbear
2012-10-17 01:36:59 UTC
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Post by private sector's doing 'fine'
Post by Sanders Kaufman
So you've come unarmed... this time.
It's useful for folks to understand what happened to your brain and
----------------------------------------------------------------------
-
Post by private sector's doing 'fine'
----ᅵ---
Then the DotCom era turned me into an overpaid programmer. That's when
the NeoCons seized power here in the US - ending a period of screaming
prosperity. At the same time, I got hit with a case of Menningitis
(brain infection) and went a little coo-koo. Now I'm back to
developing web sites.
Read more: http://www.myspace.com/bvckvs#ixzz10eoO82ja
----------------------------------------------------------------------
-
Post by private sector's doing 'fine'
----ᅵ------
http://twitter.com/bvckvs
I am totally going to stop letting people like him, who do so little
for me, control how I think. So I'm going...
GET OUT OF MY HEAD!!!!!
FYI - I have a whole nother identity on the web as
I spy with my little eye... A jealous girlfriend hiding in the
closet, eavesdropping on her boyfriend's call home...
----------------------------------------------------------------------
-
Post by private sector's doing 'fine'
---------------
Kaufman is a loon and you've only confirmed what everyone has suspected
he's out of his bloody mind
private sector's doing 'fine'
2012-10-17 16:41:56 UTC
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Post by Sanders Kaufman
So you've come unarmed... this time.
It's useful for folks to understand what happened to your brain and why
you are they way you are:


---------------------------------------------------------------------------�---

Then the DotCom era turned me into an overpaid programmer. That's when
the NeoCons seized power here in the US - ending a period of screaming
prosperity. At the same time, I got hit with a case of Menningitis
(brain infection) and went a little coo-koo. Now I'm back to developing
web sites.


Read more: http://www.myspace.com/bvckvs#ixzz10eoO82ja

---------------------------------------------------------------------------�------

Then your twitter account has some more evidence of your mental state:

http://twitter.com/bvckvs

I am totally going to stop letting people like him, who do so little
for me, control how I think. So I'm going...

GET OUT OF MY HEAD!!!!!

FYI - I have a whole nother identity on the web as
"***@kaufman.net". It's linked to Twit like my real ID is

I spy with my little eye... A jealous girlfriend hiding in the
closet, eavesdropping on her boyfriend's call home...
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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